Good eye. My son built two of these, one for a high school project that
he donated to an OldTimers nursing home, and then one he made for me. I
had to look back and forth to see they were a bit different. Both were
built around the same time, from the same plans he got off the internet.
I wouldn't worry about sitting on PT furniture, and really wouldn't
worry about it after it was coated with paint. I wouldn't eat the stuff,
but even bugs and mold isn't dumb enough to eat that crap. The biggest
downside (imo) to PT is cutting and sanding it. I hate working with it,
but wouldn't worry much unless I did it for a living, day in and day out.
Add Life to your Days not Days to your Life.
Going off on a tangent, but 20 years ago there was a big fuss
for people planting teak trees in Central America. Costa
Rica mostly. I wonder what happened with that. It always
came across as a bit of an investment scam - "send us your
money and you'll own this tree! And in 20 years we'll cut
it down and sell the wood, and you'll get 10x your money
kiln dried is what swing sets are made from
there are so many fastener choices that it is better to design what
kind of table you want and then go find the fastener
if you want detachable legs you could just use bolts and big wingnuts
Ipe, Teak, Mahogany, Redwood
Or and I have seen this multiple times, furniture bouilt out of the
composit decking materials. I have seen this in multiple colors, blue,
yellow, brown, green, red, white and the normal deck colors.
On Wednesday, July 20, 2016 at 12:00:01 PM UTC-4, Greg Guarino wrote:
I have a wooden patio set that I bought at the end of season many years ago
. It has weathered to a nice grey finish. It sits on a concrete patio dur
ing the summer, where it is exposed to the sun and wind. I put it inside f
or the winter months here in Toronto (usually October to April). It has la
sted longer and looks better than any of my neighbours plastic or aluminum/
glass sets. I have often considered refinishing it in oil but have never d
one so knowing that if I do it once, I will have to keep doing it.
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